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Germany and Switzerland impress our readers with their privacy laws - but a lot of people vote for "other"

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Sensitive data shouldn't be on shared hardware in the cloud, TechWeek readers tell us. Next question - which country has the best privacy laws?

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Now we know the US government's NSA is looking at public cloud services, do you prefer dedicated hardware?

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The NSA scandal has eroded user trust in the big US cloud service and storage providers, suggests our latest poll

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Now surveillance by governments has been exposed, has the NSA scandal affected your trust for leading Internet brands?

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Nokia’s new ‘X’ range is the main Mobile World Congress talking point for almost a quarter of our readers

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Nokia's Android phone, James Corden or the Samsung Galaxy S5 - which gets your vote as the likely highlight of Mobile World Congress 2014

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A lot of TechWeek readers plan to stay at their current employers this year and some expect a promotion, like Satya Nadella, but a third plan to change bosses

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What do you think will happen to you in the next 12 months? Let us know!

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Tablets and games consoles are in demand this year, but traditional gifts are still valued

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